"An ethos has been engendered in internet users". Ou este homem sabe do que fala

"Gordon Brown has come out against Rupert Murdoch's plan to erect paywalls to access the Times and Sunday Times online, arguing that internet users will not abide being told to pay for news content."

"The prime minister, in an interview in the Radio Times, argued that an ethos has been engendered in internet users that nearly all content should be made available free of charge."

"People have got used to getting content without having to pay," said Brown. "I don't think you are going to be able to put things behind paywalls in the way that people think. People will pay for certain things, and should pay for certain things, but I think there's a whole sort of element of communication that's got to be free. People mind paying for basic news."


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